JustinN

Brighton, United Kingdom

cyber-lane.com

Age: 30

I'm a software programmer and have been such for a great number of years. I also dabble in electronics.

Aug
11
awarded Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded Curious
Jun
19
awarded Autobiographer
Jun
4
awarded Autobiographer
May
14
awarded Popular Question
Apr
24
comment Drag and Drop *FROM* a browser?
@RyanWilliams you could generate a link which includes the IDs of each file, and perform a download event for a single file, which is essentially a zip of each selected file in a single package. I don't believe you can create multiple downloads from the single event (I've not tried it though, but plan on doing the zip method myself).
Mar
24
accepted Embedding an SVG within another SVG as an Image is not appearing when referenced from HTML
Mar
24
comment Embedding an SVG within another SVG as an Image is not appearing when referenced from HTML
That actually makes a lot of sense, thank you! I honestly did not expect somebody to understand my ramblings when trying to explain the problem at hand, but am glad you managed. :)
Mar
23
asked Embedding an SVG within another SVG as an Image is not appearing when referenced from HTML
Mar
22
accepted How to do AJAX POST cross-domain with custom headers
Mar
12
comment How do you build complex queries with MongoDB and the C# Driver?
@RickStrahl I ended up making a bespoke Query Language which breaks down, and then compiles into Mongo Queries (hence asking this question). The Query Language got scrapped in the end, but it did work (with a number of tests!). Do you still need help? I've been tempted to re-create it and public as OSS - maybe even publish a NuGet package for some of the helpers.
Feb
27
awarded Yearling
Feb
17
awarded Disciplined
Feb
17
awarded Editor
Feb
17
awarded Autobiographer
Feb
16
awarded Student
Dec
18
awarded Peer Pressure
Oct
28
comment Building C# (Mono) Solution from GitHub with TeamCity on CentOS
I have solved this issue by calling Command Line with arguments instead, however I will keep this question open as I would like to know if there is a solution for my original question.
Oct
28
comment Building C# (Mono) Solution from GitHub with TeamCity on CentOS
I did read that, however to me that looks like a way to change the location of where Mono lives. The path is has is the correct path for Mono itself, however the path of xbuild is not, on top of which xbuild on my machine is "xbuild" and not "xbuild.exe". Is it possible to change where it's looking for xbuild only?
Oct
27
revised Building C# (Mono) Solution from GitHub with TeamCity on CentOS
added 400 characters in body
1 2 3 4 5